Svetlana was born in Belarus. She graduated from Art school and completed her Masters degree at the Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics in Prague. During her studies she participated in the following projects: development aid, education and children’s enlightenment in Africa and India. In 2005 she was the head building project coordinator of an orphanage and educational center in India. For 3 years Svetlana worked with refugees, organized free time activities for children, did meaningful weekends tours and children integration camps. She was trained and certified by the Czech Montessori Society in Prague for preschool education, and in 2012 completed AMI Primary Teacher training. She has been working as a Montessori teacher since 2008. In her free time she enjoys painting and reading- loves sports and the mountains.
“One of the many passions of my heart when I opened this school was to create a community of connectedness. I believe schools need to feed a child’s spirit and be a place where the children know they are loved, valued, and have a sense of purpose within the classroom and community. – The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.“